Most wayfinding solutions in the modern city fail to cater to impaired users — those with physical, mental, or perceptual disabilities. When people are sick or injured, they experience a temporary impairment, making navigation to a clinic difficult. In addition to this issue, a survey of students found that 2 out of 5 were unaware that there is an OCAD University Student Health & Wellness Centre. An even higher amount of students did not know the location of the Centre on campus. To create awareness and promote accessibility, the solution is a system comprised of 3-dimensional components with highly legible and tactile graphics. Each component has a strategic location along the journey to the Health & Wellness Centre.